Full Time CEO with Will Roundtree S1E06 – A Leader’s Secret Asset With Scott Fischer (CEO of Dippin’ Dots)

by Will Roundtree
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You’ve seen the mansions. You’ve seen the cars. You’ve seen the private jets. But you’ve been sold a lie. Entrepreneurship isn’t all glitz and glam. There’s a dark side that no one seems to acknowledge or talk about, pitfalls that chew up wantrepreneurs and spit them out by the thousands every day leaving them bankrupt, defeated and broken.

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A Leader’s Secret Asset With
Scott Fischer (CEO of Dippin’ Dots)

January 8, 2021
Hosted By: Will Roundtree

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BIOGRAPHY

Scott Fischer is the CEO of Dippin’ Dots, LLC and Dippin’ Dots Cryogenics. Since acquiring Dippin’ Dots from bankruptcy in 2012, Scott has led the company to record growth, including $300 million in retail sales, and through its international expansion in 12 countries outside of the United States. A successful financier and investment executive, Scott also led the Dippin’ Dots’ acquisition of Doc Popcorn, the largest franchised retailer of popcorn in the world. In addition to his retail and franchise experience, Scott is known for his ability to strategically grow organizations without sacrificing company culture. Under Scott’s leadership, Dippin’ Dots retained 100% of its employees during the 2012 acquisition, and renewed all but two of its 1,300+ customer accounts.

EPISODE DESCRIPTION

In this episode of the Full Time CEO Podcast we are joined by Scott Fischer, CEO of Dippin’ Dots, LLC and Dippin’ Dots Cryogenics, as our special guest! Since acquiring Dippin’ Dots from bankruptcy in 2012, Scott has led the company to record growth, including $300 million in retail sales, and through its international expansion in 12 countries outside of the United States. A successful financier and investment executive, Scott also led the Dippin’ Dots’ acquisition of Doc Popcorn, the largest franchised retailer of popcorn in the world. In addition to his retail and franchise experience, Scott is known for his ability to strategically grow organizations without sacrificing company culture. Under Scott’s leadership, Dippin’ Dots retained 100% of its employees during the 2012 acquisition, and renewed all but two of its 1,300+ customer accounts. Tune in as we discuss how Dippin’ Dots remained strong throughout the pandemic, the impact of cash flow in Scott’s business decisions, and the essential assets that a leader must possess in order to become a Full Time CEO.

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